I’m working on ONAP, an opensource (big) project that’s currently deployed using helm on Kubernetes.
One of the component uses haproxy, which acts as reverse proxy:
- it listens on 8080
- some path goes to a service (with pods) (Service A)
- all the other ones goes into another service (Service B).
I’ve created a virtual service doing the same but virtual services doesn’t have an IP address in kubernetes world and thus name is not resolved.
I’ve then created a service which sends everything to pods belonging to Service A with the same name as VirtualService and created a gateway which maps to the VirtualService.
Everything coming from outside the cluster works now fine (with the regex) but in cluster communication doesn’t work.
Is there a way to make it work? I would like to remove haproxy as all forwarded traffic by haproxy is seen as “PassThroughCluster”.